It has become known at what age Prince George will begin royal duties
The eldest son of Prince William and Catherine Middleton, George, like all members of the family, must fulfill his royal duties. Although his parents are preparing all three of their children for this, according to journalist Robert Gardman's new book, Becoming a King: King Charles III and the Modern Monarchy, the young prince has enough time to avoid thinking about secular obligations.
George will turn 11 this July, and he will have to fulfill his royal duties from the age of 20, Hello! Despite this, William and Kate are still trying to gradually adapt their children to regular visits to social events.
For example, the children - George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5 - have recently accompanied their parents Prince William and Kate Middleton to some public meetings. George also traveled to France with his father to cheer on Wales during the Rugby World Cup last October.
A friend of the royal family told Robert Gardman that William considers raising the future king "the most important job he has, and it's not far off." The 41-year-old father takes George's preparation for the future throne very seriously, as the little prince is second in line to the throne.
Recently, William of Wales has had to spend more time raising his children, as his wife, Kate Middleton, was hospitalized for a routine abdominal surgery and will be rehabilitated for 2-3 months. Since the royal family does not have a nanny, all childcare responsibilities have been transferred to Prince William.